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Jeruzalmi D

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Title Authors Year Journal
Clamp loaders and sliding clamps. Jeruzalmi D 2002 Current opinion in structural biology
Motors and switches: AAA+ machines within the replisome. Jeruzalmi D 2002 Nature reviews. Molecular cell biology
Analysis of a multicomponent thermostable DNA polymerase III replicase from an extreme thermophile. Jeruzalmi D 2002 The Journal of biological chemistry
Crystal structure of the processivity clamp loader gamma (gamma) complex of E. coli DNA polymerase III. Jeruzalmi D 2001 Cell
Clamp loader structure predicts the architecture of DNA polymerase III holoenzyme and RFC. Jeruzalmi D 2001 Current biology : CB
Mechanism of processivity clamp opening by the delta subunit wrench of the clamp loader complex of E. coli DNA polymerase III. Jeruzalmi D 2001 Cell
Crystal structure of the DNA polymerase processivity factor of T4 bacteriophage. Jeruzalmi D 2000 Journal of molecular biology
Structural basis for initiation of transcription from an RNA polymerase-promoter complex. Jeruzalmi D 1999 Nature
Crystal structure of an archaebacterial DNA polymerase. Jeruzalmi D 1999 Structure (London, England : 1993)

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